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How do i change where i download the oculus app files?

KeranThePolishKeranThePolish Posts: 2
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  • TomCgcmfcTomCgcmfc Posts: 1,746 Valuable Player
    Do yourself a big favor and just install it on your C drive (system drive) and later select another (larger) drive to store your VR games.  You will have a lot less issues later imho.  If you do not have enough room on your C drive, make room or buy a bigger drive.

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  • KeranThePolishKeranThePolish Posts: 2
    NerveGear
    that's fair enough i suppose, thanks mate!
  • nalex66nalex66 Posts: 5,203 Volunteer Moderator
    You can add a library location in your Oculus desktop app to store your games on another drive (sorry, I’m not at my PC to give you exact instructions, but it’s not hard to do—look around in the Settings menu). Once you’ve done that, you can also move installed games to any library location you’ve set up, by clicking on the three dots on the game’s library icon, and choosing Move.
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